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Web Seminar: What's in the American Rescue Plan for K-12 and Science Education?, 4/6/2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Mia Dubosarsky
01:05:02
Hello from the STEM Education Center at WPI (Worcester, MA)
Jessica Riccio
01:05:02
welcome
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:05:18
Hello from St. Louis,MO
Michelle Phillips
01:08:35
As you are watching if you think of a questions - please type it in the chat
Michelle Phillips
01:13:05
You are listening to Jodie Peterson - Assistant Executive Director for Communications, Legislative and Public Affair for NSTA
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:16:10
Wow! That’s amazing!
Jodi L. Peterson
01:16:32
https://public.tableau.com/views/HR133ESSERStimulusAllocations/ESSERIIIII?:showVizHome=n&:embed=y#2
Michelle Phillips
01:16:33
Agree Elizabeth
Jessica Riccio
01:16:51
This is unbelievable
Carol O’Donnell
01:17:16
In 2010 with the ARRA, the US Dept of Ed infused a lot of $ into discretionary programs like Investing In Innovation (i3). Will the US Dept of ED do that again with these funds, or will they all go directly to the States and LEAs?
Michelle Phillips
01:18:02
Great question Carol - I have collected it for our Q&A
Don Rutti
01:22:38
As far as the Emergency Assistance for Non-public schools, will this only be for Non-profit schools, or will "for profit" schools receive some of the assistance?
Michelle Phillips
01:24:25
Thanks for this question Don - I have added to the Q&A
Linda Kobierski, PhD
01:28:30
Jodi, you mentioned a resource on using federal funds to support STEM that is on the NSTA website. Can you tell us again where it is on the site. I'm having trouble finding it. Thanks!
Trish Shelton
01:30:45
Here is the NSTA Advocacy page https://www.nsta.org/topics/advocacy
Linda Kobierski, PhD
01:31:16
Thank you Trish!
Malcolm Pringle
01:31:50
I just added that to my NSTA Bookmark folder!
Karen Marshall
01:31:55
Im putting together a slide show right now for my charter organization
Don Boonstra, NSTA
01:32:00
Here is the link to the letter referenced https://static.nsta.org/pdfs/ED-ResourcesForSTEMEducation.pdf
Trish Shelton
01:32:05
My pleasure!
Carol O’Donnell
01:33:14
Thank you, Jodi!
Don Rutti
01:34:09
just not a "non-profit" type of school
Carol O’Donnell
01:35:53
ESSA requires all federal funding to be made available to all non-public schools, including private schools that charge tuition. Is this what you mean, Don? See: https://www2.ed.gov/about/inits/ed/non-public-education/index.html
Jodi L. Peterson
01:36:09
thank you carol
Don Boonstra, NSTA
01:36:49
Most private schools that charge tuition are still not-for-profit.
Don Rutti
01:38:20
Got it. Thank you Carol and Don
Michelle Phillips
01:39:17
You are listening to Tricia Shelton - Chief Learning Officer NSTA
Michelle Phillips
01:39:39
As you are listening - if you think of a question please add it to the chat.
Wendi Vogel
01:40:08
Thank you for that Trish
Carol O’Donnell
01:41:45
Don - this FAQ from ED states, "Yes. Under certain ESEA programs (see question 6) and IDEA (see question 9), an LEA or other applicable entity must provide services and benefits to studentsenrolled in private nonprofit schools and, in some cases, their teachers and families that are equitable compared to services and benefits provided in public schools. " So this seems to say that only private schools that are non-profit are eligible for equitable participation in programs paid for through ESSA funds. See: https://www2.ed.gov/about/inits/ed/non-public-education/files/onpe-faqs-aug2019.pdf
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:44:08
Perhaps connect with the state chapters?
Karen Marshall
01:44:12
Is there any funding to support stem based on consulting
Linda Kobierski, PhD
01:44:22
all set thank you
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:44:50
I am referring to the state chapters - like I am on the Board for the Science Teachers of Missouri.
Karen Marshall
01:45:13
I have been trained and provide training for three schools. Are there funds for supplies and consulting fees above salary pay
Jessica Riccio
01:46:00
What do you think about teacher shortages?
Jessica Riccio
01:46:07
Creative ideas?
Jessica Riccio
01:46:23
We are looking at 1000s
Jessica Riccio
01:47:24
Wish we could build in supports for tuition
Nathan Spencer
01:47:50
Funding for programs such as Math for America?
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:48:24
will we be able to share this recorded webinar with others?
Jessica Riccio
01:48:24
Induction support its another real concern!
Trish Shelton
01:48:46
Yes Liz— this is a free web seminar. The recording is free to all
Michelle Phillips
01:48:58
Elizabeth - yes - you will be able to access the archive recording tomorrow
jane
01:49:34
Money talks: How can ARP funds be used to pay STEM teachers more?
Jessica Riccio
01:49:47
In tri state we have over 50 chem vacancies all year!
Jessica Riccio
01:50:34
Ty!!!!
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:50:43
Thank you! This is great.
Jacob Hayward
01:50:49
well done!
Don Rutti
01:50:50
Thank you!
Chris Reimann
01:50:51
Thank you!
Kathy Higgins
01:51:01
Thanks so much!
Linda Kobierski, PhD
01:51:05
Thank you!!
David Frank
01:51:06
Thank you!
Mia Dubosarsky
01:51:08
Thank you!
Leslie Baron
01:51:15
Thank you!
iPhone
01:51:15
Thank You!
Wendi Vogel
01:51:16
Thank you!
ISMT Eugene
01:51:17
Thank you
E S
01:51:21
Thank you!
John Calpo
01:51:35
Thank you!
Nathan Spencer
01:51:36
Appreciate the information, thank you
Michelle Phillips
01:51:40
Collection link:https://my.nsta.org/collection/3mUBOohQntQ_E
Trish Shelton
01:51:42
@Michelle did you add the letter?
Carol O’Donnell
01:51:59
Thank you so much, Jodi, Tricia and Michelle!
jane
01:52:03
A 9th grade physics teacher said that the biggest gap that needs to be closed is professional development for k-8 science teachers in measurement, data gathering, and data analysis. What does the NSTA have, for resources on this?
slucia
01:52:20
Thank you so much!!!
Trish Shelton
01:53:05
Thank you Jane! We are partnering with experts to write lessons plans and provide support for data science and computational thinking.